New Deliveries 2/15

Feb. 1, 2015

THE ELIZABETH, NJ, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of a Pierce Arrow XT custom pumper equipped with a Snozzle High Reach Extendable Turret (HRET) featuring a piercing nozzle. The vehicle, which also operates as a specialized foam pumper, features a Command Zone advanced electronics system, 500-hp engine, 750-gallon water tank, 300-gallon foam cell, dual deck guns, 2,000-gpm pump, Husky 60 foam system and Hydrochem nozzle.

THE KANE, PA, VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT recently took delivery of a Precision heavy rescue built on a Sutphen chassis. The unit features Hurst extrication tools, airbags, cribbing and other rescue tools and a 25-kilowatt generator, four-point winch, electric awning with a wind-speed detector, rollup doors, sliding compartment shelves and two-station SCBA fill station.

Photo by Jay K. Bradish/IFPA

GLYNDON, MN, FIRE & RESCUE has taken delivery of a Midwest Fire flatbed brush truck built on a Ford F-550 chassis and equipped with a 400-gallon UPF poly tank, CET PFP-20hpKHL-MR portable pump, Luverne Defender Series bumper/grill guard and Whelen lighting.

THE DENMARK, ME, FIRE DEPARTMENT has taken delivery of an HME MiniEvo mini-pumper mounted on a Ford F-550 chassis. The unit is outfitted with a Powerstroke 6.7L V-8 OHV direct diesel injection engine, TorqShift transmission, 1,500-gpm Hale DSD pump, HME Hydra Technology, 400-gallon poly tank, 17-gallon foam tank and Fire Research TurboFoam system.

THE CHARTIERS TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT in Houston, PA, has taken delivery of a Toyne rescue pumper built on a Spartan Metro Star LFD chassis. Components include a 450-hp Cummins ISL engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 1,500-gpm Hale Qmax 150-23X pump, 1,000-gallon UPF poly tank and 10-kilowatt Onan generator.

Photo by Jeff Simpson

THE MAGNOLIA, NJ, FIRE COMPANY has taken delivery of a KME custom heavy rescue built on a KME Predator XLFD chassis. Components include a 450-hp Cummins ISL9 engine, Allison 3000EVS transmission, 2,000-gpm Hale 8FG pump, 500-gallon poly water tank, 25-gallon foam cell, Feecon foam system, Genesis rescue tools, Whelen Pioneer LED scene lights, Whelen warning lights, Fire Research Pump Boss pressure governor, Hannay reels, 20-kilowatt Harrison generator, 9,000-pound Warn cable winch and Federal Q2B mechanical and E-2 electronic sirens.

Photo by Dennis C. Sharpe

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